The ROG Swift oled PG32UCDP monitor from Asus is ready to make its debut in the coming months. It has technology that makes it unique in the world.

Asus has announced the futuristic monitor designed for professional gaming. This is the ROG Swift oled PG32UCDP, 32″ and which will be shown with all its features complete with direct proof of the performances offered at CES 2024. The event will take place between January 9th and 12th in Las Vegas, with the opening of 2024 which will therefore see Asus as a major protagonist with its line of ROG monitors.

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Those lucky enough to be able to take part in the Consumer Electronics Show in Nevada in a few days will be able to attend, among the many events planned, also the direct presentation of this great piece of hardware. And Asus spoke in enthusiastic terms of the ROG monitor stating that it is the “first ever to behave in dual-mode”. Among the features of the futuristic ROG monitor to say the least, support for 4K at 240 Hz or 1080p and 480 Hz stands out. Together with the ROG Phone 8 and a new iteration of the Zephyrus G14 gaming laptop, the ROG Swift oled PG32UCDP will be the highlight by Asus.

ROG Swift oled PG32UCDP monitor, price and details

This new monitor for professional gamers or for those who demand maximum performance from their hardware is just the latest in the Swift OLED family of the PG series. Before the PG32UCDP there had been the ROG Swift OLED PG49WCD, the ROG Swift OLED PG32UCDM and the ROG Swift OLED PG34WCDM.

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Their dimensions are 49 inches, 32 inches and 34 inches respectively. The design of the new model will be essentially the same. Obviously the measurements will change with some of the previous monitors, this one being 32 inches. The OLED panel also seems to be the same as the LG UltraGear 32GS95UE monitor and this should be interpreted as excellent news. In fact, South Korean LG boasts an ideal record according to many users and consumers regarding excellence in TV screens and desktop computers.

So Asus doesn’t want to compromise and will try to offer the best of the best to its users. However, this suggests that the basic list price should certainly not be low. More information will be revealed at CES in Las Vegas in a few weeks. Presumably we should be at least around 1100 euros, if not more.